• Mobile and online commissioning

    Complete commissioning management

    Light, simple and proven effective, it applies to a very broad range of undertakings, from the very large and complex projects to very small ones, including operational improvements in existing units.

  • Preservation

    Complete preservation management

    Full control of preservation tasks during all phases of the unit construction, ensuring that the equipment is in perfect working condition for the startup.

  • Punch List

    Complete management of pending issues

    Consistency and integration in the control of all punch list items, recorded and monitored in real time, directly in the field, from opening to closing.

  • Commissioning Analytics

    Data transformed into insigths

    Commissioning database analysis based on over 300 projects already executed in the most varied industries and types of undertakings, allows teams to gain insight into critical points, improvements and new ways to solve old problems.



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Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil

HMSWeb wins new contracts with Vale and TSA

Rio de Janeiro, April 27th, 2020 – Contractings consolidate company’s position in mining industry HMSWeb advances in global corporate contract with VALE for another 3 years, renewable for 3 more, and expands partnership with TSA for Nexa Resources project, reinforcing its position as strategic partner in mining industry. In early 2020, two 12-month projects were closed with the mining company, the largest and oldest mining client in this industry, covering the licensing, deployment, training and support of HMSWeb and HMSMobile for expansion projects regarding Estrada de Ferro Carajás (EFC 240 Mtpa), in São Luís (MA), and waste filtering of Vargem Grande. Once TSA, which performs the deployment, training and support of HMSWeb with its own resources, is an experienced user of the service, it contracted a 24-month license of HMSWeb for Aripuanã project, largest undertaking of Nexa Resources in Brazil, located in Mato Grosso. “HMSWeb licensing for a project of this magnitude reinforces our leadership position in mining industry”, declares Luciano Gaete, CEO for HMSWeb Tecnologia da Informação.

HMSMobile: 5 years of success

Rio de Janeiro, March 26th, 2020 - Digital tool used for the first time five years ago ratifies innovation in commissioning An innovating HMSWeb solution, the digital tool HMSMobile was used for the first time in two emblematic projects of VALE: the Adaptation of Cauê Power Plant (Itabiritos program), in the State of Minas Gerais; and the huge undertaking S11D (Mine-Power Plant), in Canaã dos Carajás, in the Southeast portion of the State of Pará – considered the greatest mining project in Brazil ever. ‘It was a major innovation, since it rendered the traditional commissioning process, which used to have only paper evidence, digital,’ affirms Luciano Gaete, Officer at HMSWeb Tecnologia da Informação. In a short time frame, the tool presented considerable productivity gains, reducing the man/hour rate and improving the quality. ‘We estimate an average productivity increase of 40% after the adoption of the digital tool, which became crucial for commissioning projects,’ he adds. Continuous improvement The executive recalls that, initially, some resistance was expected from the teams that were more experienced in the use of HMSWeb tool. However, this did not happen. ‘HMSMobile was readily accepted by the field teams, since they found out that it provides the process with the same lightness as HMSWeb, as well as offers the advantage of mobility and the consequent increase in the agility to undertake their activities,’ says Gaete. ‘HMSMobile is an unique platform due to its assertiveness and comprehensiveness to meet all requirements of the commissioning process, while keeping itself light, simple and objective, and providing our clients with unprecedented management capacity and transparency to run the commissioning of their projects,’ stresses the HMSWeb’s executive. The biggest project in which it was applied is S11D, which counted on the participation of several contractors of VALE. ‘Approximately 120,000 objects and 500,000 activities were controlled through this digital platform, used in many fronts and by hundreds of simultaneous users,’ recollects Gaete. Even with the excellent results, the solution is being continuously upgraded, with an assertive improvement roadmap both for HMSMobile and for HMSWeb, including the delivery of the new module to preserve the tool, foreseen for the first semester of 2020 and already demanded by clients such as TECHINT and VALE.

Malaysia’s oil and gas industry aims to become more competitive by investing in new technology and specialized skills

Singapore, January 16st, 2019 - Oil was first discovered in Miri, Sarawak in 1910; an event which marked the birth of the Malaysian oil and gas (O&G) industry. Malaysia has since been a popular recipient of investments, which has brought about numerous employment opportunities, technological progress and the development of specialized skills within the local industry. Despite fierce competition from other oil and gas-exporting countries in the region and a recent decrease in gas production and shallow water producing oil fields, Malaysia remains a major oil producer, Southeast Asia’s largest natural gas exporter, and the world’s second-largest exporter of Liquefied Natural Gas. There are in fact more than 3,500 O&G companies in the country, both local and international; and the industry is responsible for 20 to 30 percent of Malaysia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Aiming to reaffirm its place as a regional and global O&G hub, Malaysia is actively seeking to develop innovative and cost-effective technologies in order to find ways to economically and sustainably recover reserves at maturing and marginal fields. Governmental initiatives The contraction of the Malaysian O&G sector has prompted the government to initiate reforms in order to increase production. Therefore, the government is working to encourage investments in Enhanced Oil Recovery and to boost the development of marginal and deep water fields. Malaysia has also invested in refining activities, and through eight different facilities and 539,000 barrels per day, the country is almost able to fully meet its domestic demand for petroleum products. In 2016, the Malaysian Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC), working in collaboration with government agencies, introduced the O&G Innovation and Technology Collaboration platform which aims to increase technology development in the country. Technological innovations Malaysia is increasing the development of robotics and drones which will help improve safety and minimize the risk of incidents on platforms, and also increase operational efficiency. Much attention is also directed towards mobile technology with the use of smart sensors designed to connect workers, who receive more and more trainings to be able to operate software systems and ensure their smooth running. The increased use of digitalization mixed with the right talent within the Malaysian O&G services and equipment (OGSE) industry will lead to both better plant reliability and less upkeep and repair. Engineering and digital transformation In 2007 HMSWeb was established as a Forship spin-off company, combining both IT solutions and engineering knowledge. A complete solution for the management of quality processes and commissioning for O&G, mining, power transmission, and more industries. HMSWeb is available as HMSWeb software and HMSMobile app, and it enables faster data collection, synchronized records and better organization, as it controls and delivers automatic reports. With a database of hundreds of executed projects in different industries and enterprises, HMSWeb can generate analytics and consequently obtain trends and insights on different projects aspects to reduce the incidence of backlogs, to identify and understand the reasons of the problems faced in the past, to increase productivity through new ways of planning and executing field activities, among other benefits.

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